New Zealand breaks with the Brash era

Rodney Dickens runs a boutique property and economic research firm. He has been a member of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand's Monetary Policy committee, has worked at the Bank of England doing research on the efficiency of international fixed interest markets and has been actively involved in the New Zealand monetary policy debate for over 20 years.

Some readers might think that this will be an article about the Reserve Bank of New Zealand's recent interventions in the foreign

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